03Oct2022

Visa Bulletin for October 2022

The latest green card waiting lists as of October 2022 The U.S. Department of State released its Visa Bulletin for October 2022. That’s a big deal if you’re waiting for your priority date to be current so that your green card application can move forward. If you don’t know what a “visa bulletin” or a “priority […]

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01Sep2022

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15Jul2022

Preparing for the J-1 Exchange Visa Interview

How to successfully navigate your J-1 visa interview What to Expect in the J-1 Interview One important step of every J-1 visa application is the visa interview which occurs at the U.S. Embassy or consulate in the applicant’s home country. The visa interview is the last step before the U.S. government is able to determine […]

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15Jul2022

Preparing for the F-1 Student Visa Interview

How to successfully navigate your F-1 visa interview What to Expect in the F-1 Interview One of the last steps in the F-1 student visa process is attending an interview at a U.S. Embassy or consulate. If all goes well, a consular officer will approve your visa at the interview itself and you’ll be on […]

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15Jul2022

5 Tips for Getting Your J-1 Visa Approved

Helpful tips to prepare a strong J-1 visa application Exchange programs can provide an enriching educational and cultural experience for people looking to explore a new country. If you’re interested in attending a U.S. exchange program, you’ll likely need to apply for a J-1 (exchange visitor) visa before entering the U.S. and starting your program. […]

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15Jul2022

The F-1 Visa, Explained

Understanding the F-1 visa for studying in the United States F-1 Visa (Student) What is the F-1 Visa? The F-1 visa allows a student to temporarily live in the United States for a defined period of time while studying at a school, college, seminary, or conservatory. Is the F-1 visa right for me? For many […]

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12Jul2022

Supreme Court Tosses Trump-Era Public Charge Case

Thirteen Republican-led states tried to intervene to revive the dead lawsuit The U.S. Supreme Court today threw out an attempt by Arizona and 12 other states to defend a controversial Trump-era policy that made it harder for legal immigrants to live in the country if they used or relied on certain public benefits. The policy, […]

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12Jul2022

DHS to Provide $20M in Grants to Citizenship Preparation Programs

A $10 million increase from last year to make naturalization attainable to all communities The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Monday it would provide up to $20 million in grants to programs that help green card holders prepare for the citizenship test, a $10 million increase from last year. The Citizenship and Integration […]

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12Jul2022

Safest U.S. States for LGBTQ Immigrants

A list of U.S. states that rank high for LGBTQ rights Deciding which state to live and where to start your life in the U.S. is an important question for every new immigrant. For LGBTQ immigrants, this question may feel even more complex. Navigating safety concerns, gaining access to comprehensive healthcare, and ensuring a welcoming […]

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12Jul2022

Covid Vaccine and Testing Requirements When Entering the U.S.: What You Need to Know

The U.S. no longer requires air travelers to show proof of a negative test The Biden administration recently lifted its requirement that all air travelers entering the United States show proof of a negative COVID-19 test. If you're ready to visit loved ones in the United States or you simply want to sightsee, here's what […]

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